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Dozens arrested as police break up Istanbul Pride march
The governor of Turkey's largest city banned all outdoor and indoor events for a seven-day period in the lead-up to the Pride march, citing "security reasons".
Abortion rights defenders gather in Washington and New York
Abortion rights defenders gather outside US Supreme Court and in New York.
In the midst of war, Kyiv's Pride parade held in Warsaw
About 300 participants travelled from Ukraine to the Polish capital, which is now home to a quarter-million Ukrainians who fled the war.
Fact-check: 80,000 people did not protest Belgian support for Ukraine
Russian state TV misleadingly claimed that all protesting on 20 June wanted the Belgian government to stop sending aid to Kyiv.
Ecuador demonstrators take to streets
Ecuador demonstrators take to streets on day 11 of anti-govt protests. Police fire tear gas to disperse protesters.
Why are thousands of Dutch people against important emissions targets?
"We are food producers, not pollution producers," say farmers.
Moscow politician who opposed war in Ukraine has detention extended
Municipal councillor Alexei Gorinov has been in jail since April, accused of discrediting the country’s military after speaking out against Russia’s invasion.
View: Winning a Cannes award felt like a failure. So I returned it
Last night, Gustav Martner interrupted the world famous Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity to call out advertising agencies for working with the fossil fuel industry.
Protests held across Ireland as inflation reaches four-decade high
Irish union members, pensioners, opposition parties and others took to the streets across the country on Saturday to express their anger at the rising living costs.
Anti-fascist protesters rally during Golden Dawn appeal trial
Dozens of members of the neo-Nazi party have appealed their lengthy prison sentences.
Britain: protest outside high court against Rwanda deportations
Protesters demonstrate outside the Royal Courts of Justice as UK campaigners get their last chance to stop the government's first flight of asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Bangladesh Muslims protest at India officials' comments
Thousands of people marched in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday to call on Muslim-majority countries to sever diplomatic relations with India.
Why is this man still living in a tree under the Eiffel Tower?
Thomas Brail is protecting trees that were planted by Napoleon Bonaparte’s government.
Activists in Seoul mark World Oceans Day
South Korean environmental activists protest against Japan's plan to dump radioactive water from Fukushima into the sea on World Oceans Day.
An abortion rights activist chains himself to the SCOTUS fence.
An abortion rights activist was arrested outside the Supreme Court on Monday after chaining himself to a fence.
Kosovo war veterans clash with police in protest for higher pensions
Police used tear gas to prevent around 2,000 demonstrators from entering parliament during a debate.
Hundreds of students attend protest march in Chile
Hundreds of students protested in Santiago, Chile on Friday, demanding that food subsidies and funds for structural improvements to public schools be allocated in the country's budget.
Protest group invades Cannes to highlight violence towards women
At the screening of Iranian thriller Holy Spider at the Cannes Film Festival, a group of of protestors invaded the red carpet to highlight the 129 women killed in France since the last festival.
Mass arrests in Armenia during anti-government protests
In Armenia, police is arresting hundreds of anti-government protesters who want the prime minister to resign.
Vigils held for Chilean journalist killed in May Day protests
Tributes have been paid to Chilean journalist, Francisca Sandoval, who was shot in the head while covering a Workers' Day march on May 1.
Dozens protest in Panama over disappearances of women
More than a hundred people protest in Panama City over the disappearances of more than 15 women in the past year.
Sri Lankan troops, burned out vehicles on capital's streets after deadly violence
Sri Lankan troops are deployed on the streets in the capital Colombo to enforce a curfew after the outbreak of deadly violence following weeks of protests over an unprecedented economic crisis.
Peaceful protestors could be jailed for 6 months under new UK laws
Changes to the law were previously thrown out by the UK’s House of Lords but are set to return under the new Queen’s Speech plan.
Police and protesters clash in Philippines capital after presidential elections
Police and protesters clash near the HQ of the Commission of Elections, or Comelec, in the Philippines capital Manila as demonstrators rally against alleged electoral fraud in the national elections.
Anti-war protesters hit Russia's ambassador to Poland with red paint
Sergey Andreev had planned to pay tribute to Soviet soldiers at a Warsaw cemetery as Russia marks Victory Day.
Voulez-vous Divest: Major banking AGM interrupted by ABBA flashmob
Extinction Money Rebellion interrupted HSBC’s annual meeting in London to sing them a pop classic.